Snail mail has its purpose, too, Vermont delegation says

Full story: Burlington Free Press

As Vermont's congressional lawmakers find new ways to communicate with constituents online, they continue to rely on a proven standby: taxpayer-funded snail mail.
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Bob Burns

Kunming, China

#1 Jul 17, 2011
Another excellent reason, as if one were needed, to disband the PO. And while their at it, remove the exemption for politicians to ignore Do Not Call laws

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